Posts Tagged ‘ Facebook ’

Questions Begging For Answers

The answer is simple, it won’t. In fact, the structure of Obamacare rewards employers who fire their American workers in order to hire newly naturalized, i.e. amnestied, immigrants. While the people who need help the least will benefit the most should amnesty become law, those who are already struggling to survive in this distressed...
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The Limits of Diversity

  Diversity is our strength, even when it’s our greatest weakness. The experience of Australia isn’t unique, something the ostracized  Frenchman, Swede, and Norwegian can attest to, when they’re given the opportunity. Contrary to popular, i.e. elite consensus, mass immigration has not been an economic boon to ordinary Australians, despite an emphasis upon skilled...
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Recovering and Rebuilding

Recovering and Rebuilding

  As expected, the Senate Judiciary Committee officially rubber-stamped the Gang of Eight proposal through to the full Senate yesterday. With the assent of Mitch McConnell and other Chuck Schumer Republicans, it looks increasingly like patriotic opponents of this disastrous “reform” will have to make their stand in the House of Representatives. We will...
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Tower of Babel

How do you read the Constitution in a foreign language? It’s a question that I’m sure Samuel Huntington  can answer. On the other hand, I doubt the brains behind the seemingly inexorable tragedy engineered by the Gang of Eight could articulate a cogent reply. They’re too busy focusing on optics and ways to sell...
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Keeping Track of The Senate

Keeping Track of The Senate

The markup of the Gang of Eight bill is well underway, with approximately 300 amendments to be voted upon before it’s rubber-stamped out of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Of course, the amendments calling for the implementation of verified border security before legalization were handily defeated. Why the pretense of wanting to secure the border,...
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The New Face Of Immigration Reform?

The New Face Of Immigration Reform?

In this case “reform” means a plan to further immiserate the American taxpayer in order to defray the costs of expanding upon our system of open borders, not what normal, rational people think of when they use the word reform. Nevertheless, I fully concur with Steve Sailer’s opinion that the most effective political strategy...
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Two Americans (The Case Against Joe Arpaio)

Two Americans (The Case Against Joe Arpaio)

With the United States Senate rushing headlong into its rendezvous with destiny, i.e. deconstructing what remains of this nation’s anemic and beleaguered economy, and the U.S. House following suit, it  seems appropriate to examine cui bono from these developments. Obviously not American citizens, beyond Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and the politicians who’ll be handsomely...
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Debating Amnesty

Debating Amnesty

Update: The full seven hour-long hearing is now online! Watch it here!  My live-tweet of the first part of today’s immigration hearings is online!  
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Onward

Onward

I’d just like to extend my thanks to all of American Rattlesnake’s followers, from New York City to California and abroad, and wish you all a successful 2013. As most you know, we have a regularly updated Facebook page, which you can find here. I also have an active Twitter page, where you can find...
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Embrace Debate

Due to events beyond our control, the focus of American Rattlesnake has expanded recently to include discussion of news and information updates closer to home. We’ll continue to explore the complex, vitally important issues that comprise the national immigration debate using this platform. However, for those of you who are looking for more extensive coverage...
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